The Publish What You Pay (PWYP) coalition, of which ECCR is a member, and Friends of the Earth Europe recently launched a high-profile advert in the Financial Times urging key European decision makers to adopt strong oil, gas, mining and logging transparency laws in the face of fierce opposition from the oil industry.
ECCR and partners make anti-human trafficking recommendations for Olympic Sponsors and Hospitality Companies. Read more
Banks should address full range of responsibility concerns says new report'A great resource... to get people thinking about the moral issues involved' - Rev. Dr Giles Fraser
ECCR's most recent report discusses concerns arising from banks' direct and indirect impacts on customers, employees, and local and national communities at home and abroad.
Issues covered include financial exclusion, responsible credit, project financing, lobbying, money laundering, tax avoidance, developing country debt, commodity speculation, risk management and remuneration.
This report documents, and provides an update on, the social and environmental impacts of the operations of Royal Dutch Shell’s Nigerian subsidiary, the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), and explores what needs to change.
This latest report from the Working Group on Mining in the Philippines shows how mining is causing large-scale ruin of environments and livelihoods and particularly undermining food production.
ECCR's user-friendly 30-page Guide aims to support church members, faith communities and other responsible investors in influencing companies on the basis of Christian and ethical values.